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The motions to allow Dr. Michael Baden to join the post-mortem examination team were filed by Beata Gosiewska and Zuzanna Kurtyka – widows of Smolensk victims.
As Niezalezna.pl has learned it is the first time ever, Dr. Baden was refused to take part in the post-mortem sections. During a press conference Dr. Michael Baden informed that he had been permitted to participate in post-mortem examinations in many countries including Pakistan and reminded that he had taken part in post-mortem examinations of twelve plane crashes in his professional career.
“We decided there was no reason to widen the forensic team guaranteeing impartiality and reliable research” – as concluded by the Military Persecutor’s Office Colonel Zbigniew Rzepa – the Prosecutor’s Office Spokesman.
The Niezalezna.pl portal informed that the x-ray examination was not conducted during examination of the late vice-Prime Minister Przemyslaw Gosiewski.
Michael Baden commented that an x-ray examination might have led to the discovery of metal objects in the examined bodies.
Dr. Baden is one of the most prominent pathologists, who took part in post-mortem J.F. Kennedy examination and forensic research of the late Tsar Nikolai II remains.
edited from source: niezależna.pl